clothes Clothes are the things that people wear, such as shirts, coats, trousers, and dresses. n-plural Moira walked upstairs to change her clothes..., He dressed quickly in casual clothes. →
clothes horse ( clothes horses plural )
1 n-count A clothes horse is a folding frame used inside someone's house to hang washing on while it dries.
2 n-count If you describe someone, especially a woman, as a clothes horse, you mean that they are fashionable and think a lot about their clothes, but have little intelligence or no other abilities., (disapproval)
clothes peg ( clothes pegs plural ) A clothes peg is a small device which you use to fasten clothes to a washing line.
in AM, use clothespin
plain-clothes , plainclothes
Plain-clothes police officers wear ordinary clothes instead of a police uniform. adj ADJ n (Antonym: uniformed)
He was arrested by plain-clothes detectives as he walked through the customs hall.
in plain clothes
Traducción diccionario Collins Ingles - Cobuild
clothes , clothing
apparel, attire, clobber (Brit. slang) costume, dress, duds (informal) ensemble, garb, garments, gear (informal) get-up (informal) glad rags (informal) habits, outfit, raiment (archaic or poetic) rigout (informal) schmutter (slang) threads (slang) togs (informal) vestments, vesture, wardrobe, wear
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